Oppo N1 was announced in September and launched in China on November 11. Later Oppo promised to expand the N1 availability worldwide on December 10 and today it duly deliverd.
The Oppo N1 is now available through Oppo’s official online stores. In Europe you can have the 16GB model for €449, while the 32GB flavor costs €479, while the US prices are set at $599 and $649, respectively. Asian prices vary somewhat – you can get the exact info for your country here. The cool cameraphone is available only in white flavor.
N1’s international retail package includes the O-Click accessory and an Easy-Cover case in addition to the basics. Naturally the Oppo N1 runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean skinned with Oppo’s Color UI, but the partnership between Cyanogen and Oppo will soon allow you to install an official CyanogenMod on it as well.
We already me the Oppo N1, so if you are still wondering whether it’s worth your cash, you should check out our review.